Twickenham Community Relations - Home Turf

The relationship with Twickenham Community is of utmost importance to the RFU. We aim to ensure our impact on the local area is a positive one through a comprehensive community relations programme called Home Turf.

Home Turf is made up of the following initiatives:

  • Home Turf Ticket Ballot
  • Match Day Responsibilities
  • Home Turf Sponsorship
  • Home Turf Hosting
  • Education Partnership

For information on any of these programmes please contact Hannah Barrett at

Upcoming key dates for the diary

Next games:

  • Saturday 14 March 2015: England v  Scotland, kick-off 5pm
  • Saturday 21 March 2015: England v France, kick-off 5pm

Download the full schedule of matches here (PDF 72kB).

Information regarding toilet positions on match days is available here (PDF 300kB).

Rugby Post Magazine

View the latest edition of Rugby Post here.

Home Turf contacts

Hannah Barrett is your community contact at the RFU and can be reached at

For match day issues please see below:

Resident and business briefings – RWC 2015

Join Richmond Council, England Rugby 2015, tournament organisers for Rugby World Cup 2015, RFU, TFL and other key organisations working together to deliver ten Rugby World Cup matches at Twickenham stadium. Information will be provided on programmes in the local area, key dates, transport and travel arrangements. Find out more here (PDF 14MB).

RWC 2015 Residents ballot – registration open

Residents of the following postcodes – TW1, TW2 , TW3 2 and TW7 7 - are able to apply to a local ballot for tickets to the Twickenham games of the Rugby World Cup 2015.

To ensure you are able to apply, residents must register at by 13 March 2015. The ballot will then open at the same address on 30 March, closing on 30 April.

We strong recommend that all residents read this document to ensure they are aware of the terms and conditions of the ticket ballot.

Twickenham Stadium transport notice

For the 2015 QBE Internationals, England v France (15 August) and England v Ireland (5 September), the RFU and England Rugby 2015 are working with TfL and Richmond Council to trial some of the additional transport measures that will be put in place for the ten matches at Twickenham Stadium during Rugby World Cup 2015.

There will be new and additional ways for fans to get to and from Twickenham Stadium such as park and ride facilities from Kempton Park and shuttle buses back into central London after these two RFU matches. We’re finalising the plans at present and will provide full details on the exact activity in due course so please keep an eye out for updates.